Renowned for a passionate body of work that challenges artistic and societal boundaries, Andres Serrano (b. 1950, US), has exhibited extensively in solo and group exhibitions since the 1980s. Serrano’s works are held in the permanent collections of numerous public institutions both in the United States and internationally, including the Art Institute of Chicago; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Israel Museum, Jerusalem; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, among many others.
Serrano’s extensive bibliography includes numerous publications, including the oversize monograph, America, published by Taschen in 2004 and Holy Works, by Germano Celant, published by Damiani Editore in February 2012. Most recently, Serrano’s works were exhibited at the Fototeca de Cuba as part of the 11th Havana Biennial this past June. His work is currently on view at the Festival des Art Visuels de Vevey, Switzerland, through September 30 and in the exhibition, “Masterpieces of the Yvon Lambert Collection,” Avignon, France, through November 11, 2012.